Particularly useful are the downloadable budgets, cashflow forecasts and variance analyses in their respective sections.
A timely and up-to-date survey of AI in law.
A packed book and CD-ROM for the general practitioner
This is a pacey, intelligent and authoritative account with bags of wit.
There is plenty of guidance, checklists and examples, and a CD with precedents.
Ex-law tutor Gordon Lowe brilliantly portrays the criminal mind.
Despite some mistakes this is a gripping and promising first novel.
This book is a toolkit complete with draft policies, checklists and procedures, all on a CD.
At times this procedure-heavy novel reads like a law school case study.
Managing partners need to read this book, which can be dipped into or read at length.
A prolific writer of non-fiction takes a confident stride with this debut novel.
David Pickup runs through a selection of legal-themed books that could serve as stocking-fillers.
Usefully brings together expert views on a subject which is a continuing preoccupation for law firm leaders around the world.
There is much to interest a lawyer-reader in Elizabeth Foyster’s account of the lunacy commission convened to decide whether the Third Earl of Portsmouth should be declared insane.
Training needs to be planned, budgeted for, and appraised – as this book attests.